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(By United 1 Press ' Leased " Wire.)
|jSS BAN,. FRANCISCO, March 24. —
Hike ; Lynch " : put his ; youngsters
3 under fire today, and they failed
«to* stand up—the ■ Seals won the
game 15 to 4. The only one who
did really well was Bart Burke, a
14 catcher and ihe I did )so % well ' that
?> he was £ tendered :• a contract iby
Shreeder, so the Tigers have four
catchers; in " camp • now, , including
i^i' Jimmy; Brynes. , ■ There' probably
will be another practice game to
'% day, and. the Tigers . will play In
:•'■' Modesto tomorrow and Sunday. ■
flit. - '■**•*'."■■■■■■.. ;.":•■■■"-•'."' • * "■' - ': "-■ ■'■'
'.■',; Southpaw ; Fred Annis is i miss
■ 3 Ing •."., and . President Shreeder is
Ly B pretty sore. Fred touched Shreed-
Buy Your Piano From
Sherman, Clay & Co.
We sell you as good value for $265 -as money
can buy, and on up the line to the best in the
Each piano sold on the strictly one-priced
plan. Please call; it will be a pleasure to wait
Sherman Kay & Co
Sherman, Clay Bldg., 928-30 C st., Tacoma.
*^*■ ■%■ i^ivi Iw riic■% 1c» mh"
Every man knows that a tailor-made /w V^wST • /mff
; | suit is the proper thing, and when you *!lWr%%stfm&L. ////Ar
go to the ready-made, guess-fit clothier, or the I IllilllJWl \l\lli\\M™ '
'.; We are able to make for you the finest fitting % M>^Mn lllluvPttl > i
: U most up-to-date suits for the above-mentioned ll'wvlwf 111 V flijM 's
• : --| "small price, because we eliminate all middle- • llVw^^^jSb I Ilillfllllfl "
P men and by confining all the profits to one con- --'- 1 \ m^4iß ISI il 111///
| cern—and a very small profit at that— give luWVuv^ I I)]II//If//
I *4From mills to man direct*—la our slogan. llu^iWVvl Wi'lllll - ' <W
er for $150 advance money and'
then boarded a train for the
Oran#« ibelt. He confided to a few
friends that he -will try to break
into the coast league, but Qeorge
Shreeder says he will simply break
into a blacklisted There la talk
on the team that Annls is sore be
cause Mike tied the can to the
pbenom be brought to camp.
• • •
Two of the recruits Tiave been
released. Outfielder Nast lias
been sent back to Log Angeles and
little Ed. Goldenson alao got the
can. This looks like Mac for the
short field and Howatt for utility
Smokers' Articles. A. J. Innis. *
Addle Joss is a German. Ben
der an Indian, Walter Johnson a
Swede, Walsh an Irishman,
Coombs a Yankee and Christy
Mathowson a Scotchman. Take
your choice of the pitchers.
i Manager Jennings has ad
vised his players not to frequent
moving picture shows during
, the baseball stfason. Hughie
i believes the flickering on the white
I sheet has a bad effect on the eyes
and that the rapid motion of the
pictures tends to destroy the play
ers' ability to properly judge a
ball in motion.
It Is said that Hugh Duffy has
chosen Tex Jones to play first base
for the White Sox.
Manager McGraw will not allow
Christy Mathewson to pitch any
of the exhibition games this
Mathewson's new curve Is called
the quiver. They ought to get
A roller to catch it.
MoGlnnity Has Broken Wrist.
NEWARK, N. J., March 24.—
With his right wrist believed to
be ibroken, friends of "Iron Man"
Joe McOinnlty, pitcher-manager
of the Newark baseball club,
feared today that the accident
might incapacitate him for the
Bartoo Printing Co., 762 C St.,
M. 9481. •••
The New Mid-Winter
are certainly winners. The
extra wide hat-band will make
them very popular with young
men this season.
Same old price—s3.oo.
PEY HAT SHOP
909 So. C St.
Bad ; For Cooney
' "Things , are (breaking; good for
me, but Tinker or Brers will have
to break a leg. before 1 can. •: get
In," is the way Poll Cooney; aChl
cago Cub recruit and late of I Spo
kane • Indians, writes to ■ Umpire
Ralph Frary. i . '■';': ~?J,ot!iot!
"Abie," as the Windy dry
sport scribes style Cooney, Is cut
ting up capers around the short
field that have almost earned for
him a position on the utility staff,
but with Tinker and Kvers still in
the game Phil sees nothing but a
bench-warming stunt for (himself.
GOTGH CALLS BLUFF
(H- United Pi*m leased Wire.)
PUEBLO, March —"George
Haokenachmidt can have some of
ray game at any time that he sees
fit to put tip a reasonable side bet.
There Is no need for him -to go
abroad looking, for a match as
long as lam on the job. Let him
show me the color of his coin and
believe me. I will • sign articles
so quick that It will make his
head swim." ■ •; . . •
This statement was made here
today 'by Ghamj>lon Frank Ootch,
who was peeved by statements at
tributed to Hadk to the effect
that Ootch was afraid to meet
JACK MAY KEFUKEB. .
(By United Press leased Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, March 24.—
Jack Johnson stands a good show
today of being the third man In
the ring when Ad Wolgast and
Antone LaUrave meet in their
twenty round go here March ,31.
NEGROES AFTER WHITES.
(By United Press leased Wire.)
SYDNEY, N. S. W., March 24.
—New« received here to the effect
that the Indian natives of Es
peritu Santo have arisen against
the whites. It Is reported that
assistance has been sent the few
DIXOX WINS DECISION. .
(By United Press I/eased Wire.)
JOP.LIN, Mo., March 24.—-%>m
my Dixon of Memphis, todayrnas
a decision over Mike EIU6T of
Kansas City to his credit »y ?
THE TACOMA TIMES
King Cole of the Chicago Cnbs
and Sam Crawford of the Detroit
Tigers are not the only tonsorlal
artists earning a livelihood on the
diamond. James Shlnn of the Sac
ramento team is a barber when
not engaged around the difficult
• • •
The Spokane rlnb will get an in
fielder or two from the Sacramen
to team. Charley Graham has re
ceived numerous wires from Joe
Cohn, asking for surplus talent in
the inner garden, and Graham will
send him. two men as soon as
O'Rourke decides who to let go.
Burns and Thornton look like the
• ■ •
The Vancouver clnb has wired
Graham to aid in a search for
Heine Splesman, who has not been
heard of in a month. Spiesmau is
living near Sacramento and Gra
ham will see if he can locate him.
James Sliiim, Sacramento's
thlrd-sacker, heard the other day
that in the American association
the batters Bouse the pellet with
three and nothing and has decid
ed to try this scheme for himself.
Frankle Burns, the blossoming
Ilght-weitght fighter, is staked to
this: He la a high school gradu
ate, doesn't smoke, drink, nor
chew, would be a capable railroad
clerk if he did not prefer fighting,
puts his winnings Into real es
tate, reports regularly to his
folks, to whom he l s extremely
good, and has no fonder wish than
to win the championship, make
a tour of Europe and be regarded
as a perfect little gentleman.
Able Attell and Jersey City
Frankie Burns are to box at the
National Sporting Club in New
York on the night of March 31.
The Iboys are to box at 118
BREAKS TRAP BBOORD.
(By United Press Leased Wire.)
NEW YORK, March 24.—Harry
Kahler of Philadelphia today
holds the amateur trap shooting
championship of America. Kah
ler broke 173 out of aOO olay
bird targets thrown from traps.
(By United Pn-ss Leased Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, March 24.
With tooth boys In th« pink of con
dition, fight fans are expecting
that tonight's oontest between
George Kirfcwood and Marty Kane
will prove a humllnger.
STANLEY in nil \S<>N DEAD
(By United Press leased Wire.)
BT. LOUIS, March 24.—A pri
vate telegram received here to
day from Cleveland reports the
death of Stanley Robinson, for
merly owner of the St. Louis Na
tional League baseball team.
i Forced to Leave Home
I Every year a large number of
poor sufferers, whose lungs are
sore and racked witn coughs, are
urged to go to another climate.
But this is costly and not always
sure. There's a better way. Let
Dr. King's New Discovery cure
you at home. "It cured ma of
lung trouble," writes W. R. Nel
son, of Oalamlne, Ark., "when all
also failed and I gained 47 pounds
in weight. Its surely the king of
all cough and lung cures." Thou
sands owe their lives and health to
It. It's positively guaranteed for
Coughs, Colds, LaGrlppe, Asthma,
Croup—all Throat and Lung trou
bles. 50c and $1.00. Trial bot
tle free at ftyner Malstrom Drug
Co., 938 Pacific avo.
SATURDAY, MARCH SO
The Tumovm German Comedian
» MAX DUX
And His Excellent Company In an
Elaborate Production of the Live
ly Musical Comedy
!•■*■ "DREAM CITY"
Prices—2sc to J1.60. -
Seat Sale Today.
FOR THE ENGAGEMENT •
■" . . ' Two Nights
STARTIWd SUNDAY. MARCH 30
LEW FIELDS Presents the Mam
moth Spectacular Musical Show
«THB MIDNIGHT SONS" .
With GEORGE W. MONROE and all
the Original Novel Scenic Sur
prises, Stunning; Chorus, Glassy
Vaudeville .Stunts .
PricesßOo to $1.60. • _..
TUESDAY, MARCH 28
Charles Frohman ~ Presents the
Fantastical Musical Comedy,
•THE ARCADIA NE" ' ■."•■'■
With Its ownderful cast *of 100
people direct from its two-year
run in New York.
Prices— to 92.00
SEAT SALE MONDAY.
' ' ... '.:-. ■ -...V ■ '"-: ", , ■■■. ■«,„, —...■■." -' r
■ JIEIUC'S A lIEAIiSHOW^3
Arthur La Vine Offers ■>
The Flying Dreadnoughts
Scenic Marvel Comedy
,V g SIX OTHER 810 ACTS 1"
"«-SKOCAU,FD T VAUDEVILLE" j
The Six I Cornallas W^
JBwrope'g Greatest Acrobat* V,;
SEC OTHEIt r'KA TURKS OP AD-
I J:VAJtOfcD ■ VACDBvTULE-- *'
1, Evening Prices, 15c, sc; Box
Chairs, 50c;:Matinee,* 15c.,„;-;;.
I m NOTICE ■
i,W« rnalw a specialty of those
e«MS that pntzle the average er««
■tcfat.; sp«ojall*t. d Eye* «xafflla«d
•ad glaiaes furnished exclusively.
MtufiJnft; J TSSJIe. iii , it. Helens.
• TIDES) TOMORROW. •
• 2.12 p. m i 10.8 •
• 6:10 p. m 3.1 •
The Tacoma Maru -will go to
Kobe after her present trip to Ta
coma and will be fitted with wire
less. All the vessels on this fleet
will T>e fitted up In the next few
The steamer Purley Is expected
in port late today.
The Bertha, carrying 150 pas-
A $3.00 HAT FREE
On Saturday We Will Give With Any Man's / %3&| -^
Suit Your Choice of a $3.00 Hat or a Pair of <«r^ißfe •
Shoes Free. '4l ' '/>x Jj/ilfih^
We Make This Offer to Introduce Our New J^'wMw/Evw^ '
Stock to the Tacoma Public. J//Alilm ufSfflMl
We want a chance to show you the best ' \Vlffi?^\]l// |l^^^f(
Clothing made, at smaller prices than you ViVj| lii|sl3i
are accustomed to paying for like quality. .' \\[ W/Mj^i '
We have-no shoddy, sweatshop stuff here". •) ; /////]^^R\ :'J
Our garments are made by the best tailors, * V ll^^^^^^
of high-class fabrics, with fit and style built | 1//^^^^^
into every line. A look and a try on will Ntlif^^^^^'^
convince you of the truth of our claims as to ,1 ItPrnH/wT
quality and price. Come in, let's get ac- JLA || I I 111
quainted, and don't forget there's $3.00 in 111 1 ill
it for you, if you buy your suit here Satur« /I^!^W ill I ill
.E. PITZEN JH
, THE C STREET CLOTHIER JSsm
Barry Shoes and I ItJSiSigSSiMSSIS Hurly Shoes and
Oxfords $3.50 | r?SSEMIERg,ROg, 1 Oxfords $5.00
The Bargain Square and Sample Depart
ments are filled to the brim with attrac
tive styles, at prices that save our
customers a bunch of money. Why not
look in Saturday and see if we really
have what we advertise. _^
Child's Tan Russia Misses and Children's
Two-Straps 4*\ - Two-Strap
«i>» $1.15 rffi.r.rA i.?.. ir.|.si l sd
Child's Dull Calf Two- Ml Gunmetal Calf Two-
Strap « m Strap
n^n 1* cuto'rilJ 016 •P« Uni X p Sizes 8% to 11, $l.l«, Bizes
r- to H, a pal, $1,15 apair ..' $1,45
ON THE BARGAIN square ~
Children's Calf Sohool Shoes, $1.39 Big Boyß Rough Shoes. $1.65
Button and lace styles, ,« unn}» tal calf uppers. Boys of this age want styW shoes; well, this lot
Worth 11.85. Saturday, tiQQ serviceable; sizes 2V» to.BVi. . fine
a pair „,..... .■»=* «»>..> r .....-...,...«> I .03 a pair <ju,n;i• ......»».. ...Tt. .... .$1 •OD
- Blisses' Sohool Shoes. $1.49 Little Boys' Calf Shoes, 96c
Cut from $1.00 for Saturdays tale; button and This Is a new lot of our usual Saturday Bto 18
lane style*, thlok sohool soles and solJ4; »* >|Q run of Uttle boys' shoes; you know : AR '
•lies llVi to »• a pair, tomorrow.. M . . * 1.49 the kind; A pair ...,.„.,.«...„.«,,„„..DOC
$1.60 Child's Patent Shoes, $1.29 $2.25 Misses' Patent Leather, $179
a ii? ./:!!?.!..°™.,,.........51.29 80hO01 el-; Bl"M 11V4 to - A Pal?Asl.79
$3.00 Boys' Dress Patents, $2.26 H s?/<J° Children's Patent Shoes, $1.49
If the«e don't look like $8.00 worth and wear as ? al? doublß "ohool weight nles, dull tops, Uttl«
well m any calf shoo of like weight, Chen a new ?•?■■; > I t*lld .wet .*** mvd ' • 1"*" •- ki 4Q
pair for the old ones; aliaa 00 nr •* w xl* A p*lr -•■ -«'»— i..*, r.-,F».9 I ■■fw
2 »tos*. Apair...... _ 52,25 , $3.00 Men's Shoes, $2.39
$2.60 Boys' Patent Shoes, $2.00 Two «tyle« of our regular $8.00 calf dress shoes
We have never had a kick on these and on« pair on sale tomorrow;,they are new, solid and worth
sells another; bluoher cut with dull calf «A flf| $*00 a pair; sizes 6to 11. ■* am
tops; sizes 12H to 2. A pair. ..^£iUU A pair, Saturday ..... ..J..,,......-^Zia«l
> $2.26 Small Boys' Patent, $1.75 $3.50 Men's Welt Shoes, $2.89
New, nobby and mad* on men-shape lasts, good A clean cut of «lc a pair, and the minute you
wear for school when th« beauty is marred; dull see them you will want a pair; ■ rnnmetal calf
tops and.low he«ls; „...•< IB modern shape blucher; neat sewed oak in DO
to 18, A pair ssMMsaubsy I•■ w soles; sUaa 6to 11. A pair.. ?swo<>
y- -*-s—s»——ijs—sj—s^ _^^—1 *
In the Sample Department Tomorrow
Ladies' Seal Brown Pumpp : Big Girls' Velvet Pumps '
Beautiful s Dark SesL Brown, Ko Strap Pumps, °»* r Inch school heel «,:cJten«lon^ soles. f Jm-a
new Lynn stjCe; all klmm and.width*. In the «trap« ovw the Instep, ■ black relret and \lry
»*mpl# department. mk t>A pretty;vall sizes and wiith*. : In the samite
tomorrow, a pair .♦V. wr ....... )/.0U depattm«mt tomorrow. «0 K/sL
Ladies' Black Velvet Pumps - * P L»A« V Patent Gait ftir^J
tomorrow, a pair +£,%W sample department $4i3U'
aengers and much freight, left the
Sound for Alaska yesterday.
■'-- The Kumerlc will toe In Tacoma
March 30, to load frelent for the
Orient. w,^.v£ -- 4 'T;,;-j;.;." ■. -
--' The : Chippewa will :be entirely
overhauled and $25,000 spent . on
her. "before she is put on the
6ealtl9-Tacoma ran from ■ the
Municipal dock in May. ->;-,^ '
"; 81AXX BY MISTAKE. j lr. \j A
WILKESBARRE. Pa., March
24.—Charles Matchet, of Maltby,
near here, is thought to have ib'een
murdered, mistaken for some one
else. He was stabbed In the
night, walking along the roadway,
by some one Jumping from be
hind some 'bushes. |
Friday, March 24, 1911
BOSTON, Mardh 24.— As
sembly Tea (Room club of Boston
U■' spilt * (Into - two ; factions, the ;
smokers and the •% antl-smOkers.
Some of . the '■ women,' don't - think '%
It's nice )to smoke, while ot&ers *
admit they like the weed.
—; —-—v^ - -• ' '
V TOURIST CAR SERVICE *to . •
St. Paul and the East in effect
every day on the Chicago, WiN
waukee & Puget Sound Ry., com
mencing Wednesday, March 16th. .
Train leave* Tacoma 7 : 00 ... a. in.
Lower berth to Mlssoula f 2.26, to
Butte . 2.50, • Harlowton 3.00,
Miles City $3.78, St. Paul $«.00. ;"
Upper berths cheaper. Apply to
City Ticket office, .1001 Pacific
Are., for reservations, tickets,
etc. . .- .; ■ •••